Freezing a player?

Discussion in 'Plugin Development' started by ConversionGaming, Oct 14, 2013.

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  1. Hi guys i was just wondering is there a way to ONLY freeze a player that you select atm all i have is a freeze command that freezes EVERYONE on the server even though i entered the targetPlayers Name, Ideas?
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    ConversionGaming, you can get the player you want to freeze with
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    Do a command to store a player in a hashmap, then do a PlayerMoveEvent, if the player is in the hashmap then e.setCancelled(true).
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    Pezah Note, I tried that once and it's extremely buggy client side when cancelling the event. An alternative way is event.getPlayer().teleport(event.getPlayer())
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    Mathias Eklund

    The best way is to add potion effects to the player, for example slow and jump potion. If you set jump at a max_value it will disable jumping, and slowness will disable walking :)
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    I like this way, though his camera is zoomed in.
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    Mathias Eklund

    yeah, but that doesn't really matter in my opinion :) But some people might dislike it.
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    With the potion effects you can differentiate you from being frozen. Like the particle effects, zoomed in camera, etc.
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    Couldn't someone just drink milk to remove the effects?
  10. Thanks for all the help guys but i was really trying to steer away from hashmaps they just confuse me too much
  11. Its the particle effects i do not like and i was wondering anyone up for doing a joint plugin for fun?
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    People have given you solutions?

    What I did for one of my server plugins is teleport them to their location on their move event.
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    You are all incorrect and that methods would be buggy. Use player.setWalkSpeed(0F); and then when you want to unfreeze them player.setWalkSpeed(0.2F)
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    Chinwe Ive never encountered that bug. Strange :O
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